When Troy (Murray Bartlett, Farscape) moves back to LA after many years in Barcelona he finds that his ex-boyfriend Jonathan (Daniel Dugan) has begun dating Raul (Adrian Gonzales), a handsome South American immigrant. Temperatures rise as does sexual tension between the exes.
In the shadow of the French Alps, love, obsession and passion collide when three brothers in a close-knit family are forced to confront what has until then brought them together, and what will now tear them apart.
"Induces a kind of hypnotic, sensual ease... remarkable" - Sight & Sound
Sasha is a young, handsome musical wunderkind living in Cologne with his immigrant family. He also has a very secret crush on his sexy piano teacher, Mr. Weber. When the man of Sasha’s dreams announces plans to move away, his adoring young student must grow up fast and come to terms with not just his own true feelings, but also his homophobic family, a 'girlfriend' wanting more than he can give, and his budding sexuality.
An edifying must-see that has received accolades at film festivals the world over, 'We Were Here' is the first film to take a deep and reflective look back at the arrival and impact of a definitive chapter in a city’s queer history. It explores how the inhabitants were affected by, and how they responded to, a calamitous epidemic. This is their story.
David Hoyle co-directs his feature debut and stars in the title role in this unsettling tale of an uncle and his nephew (pornstar Ashley Ryder). Combines a heightened sense of English normality with the logic of madness.
Expecting a cozy night outside of the barracks, Seok visits his boyfriend Min-soo who is serving in the military. However when Min-soo’s mother questions their relationship, the only answer they can give is that they are 'just friends'.
On completing his training in a secret elite army unit, Eitan is taken out by mates from the unit to celebrate. During a night of drinking in Tel Aviv he learns things about the unit and about himself that shake his world to its core.
Julien is a young man trying to make sense of his sexual orientation. One summer by the lake, he watches his family, friends and neighbours lose themselves in a series of heated rendezvous. Starring Xavier Dolan (‘I Killed My Mother’, ‘Heartbeats’)
Young Jacob is alone and adrift, struggling with a religion that doesn't accept him, a sexual awakening that disturbs him, and haunted by memories of time spent with a teacher - Andrew - a much older man that may have held the key to his happiness.
Leo is the eldest of four brothers, of whom Marcel, age 10, is the youngest. With their young parents, they are a happy and close-knit family. One evening, Marcel overhears the family discussing something about Leo that they wish to keep a secret from him.
"A strikingly intimate drama... moving and poignant" - Variety